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In Egypt, protesters adopt nonviolent strategy

PORT SAID, Egypt — Rebellious residents in Port Said, home of the Suez Canal, are adopting a new style to protest the government. Just a few weeks ago, armed protesters engaged in gun battles with police on lawless streets. Now, students, residents, workers, shop-owners, and government employees are engaging in a citywide campaign of non-violent civil disobedience.

In Morsi’s Egypt, violence and suspicion

CAIRO — Egypt’s liberal activists say they are haunted by the recent assassination of a prominent opposition figure in nearby Tunisia — and are worried a similar slaying could happen here, too.

Egypt’s revolution 2 years on: under construction

With controversial power grabs and continued social unrest, Mohamed Morsi's presidency has done little to stabilize Egypt in a post-Mubarak era.
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An Egyptian protester wears a mask of the Anonymous movement during a protest in Tahrir Square to call for the fall of Islamist President on Jan. 24, 2012 in Cairo. (Mohammed Abed/AFP/Getty Images)
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Will the real President Morsi please stand up?

CAIRO — Egypt President Mohamed Morsi might be the most enigmatic man in the Middle East. At once, he is both Egypt’s first-ever democratically elected leader and a divisive figure with unprecedented powers. He swiftly ended, in one simple stroke in August, six decades of military rule, and has since plunged the country into its deepest political crisis in years. So which Morsi is the real Morsi?

9 key moments in Mohamed Morsi's presidency

Out of revolution, Egypt celebrated the ascendance of its first democratically elected president, Mohamed Morsi. Tri-colored flags of red, white and black waved for days in Cairo's Tahrir Square. The flags wave there still, but Morsi is no longer among the dissident ranks; now he's the target of the peoples' protest.
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